While Sing 2 still avoids making significant strides in developing its characters, there is no denying that it is a crowd-pleaser.
As most comedians, Kevin Hart continues his pursuit of diversifying his portfolio and while “The Kid” plays on what he knows, it is likely what makes his performance believable.
Fully expect Encanto to dominate this upcoming award season for its lessons, its themes, its characters, even its immigrant story, it is all too perfect.
C’mon, C’mon might be seen as Joaquin Phoenix’s next big awards contender, but what it really does is set up Woody Norman to walk in Phoenix’s footsteps.
What may seem like a comedy about Indian culture, particularly romance, evolves into a complicated tale of a woman forced to give up her life.
Alongside reminding you why Halle Berry is an award-winning actress, Bruised shows her abilities as a director as she takes on one of the more challenging genres.
Funny, heartwarming, and potentially tear-inducing, Clifford The Big Red Dog not only brings back childhood memories but begins a lovable new story.
The Little Death chronicles the heartbreaking story of one couple trying to get pregnant and the test it presents for their marriage.
A couple learns they are pregnant and deals with the difficulty of maintaining a non-binary ideal in a world that doesn’t honor that.
While at times excruciatingly dull, Kristen Stewart’s transformation, paired with the psychological aspect of being a public figure who is isolated and controlled, saves Spencer.